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Minimalist Rock Band Icons

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We won't mess around with the introduction to this one as it's such a fun game to play.

Madrid design agency Tata & Friends have created this brilliant set of posters featuring icons which 'spell out' the names of famous rock bands.

Can you guess each one? The answer is revealed at the bottom of each poster so be careful not to scroll down too far.

(Images: Tata & Friends)

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